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infant reflux

Hi,
I was wondering if someone could give a suggestion for an 8 mo. infant with reflux? I am new to homeopathy, and although did check the Remedy Finder, am not certain which one to try. I would like to avoid the common drugs used for this type problem, and believe homeopathy can help. The child is breastfed and eats only small amounts of solid food. I know the appetite will increase, if the reflux will improve. Does not have much appetite due to this problem. Please help if you can, I would really like to avoid strong meds. as I know they cause more damage than good. Thanks in advance for any help given.
 
  meredith on 2005-11-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The best remedy for this problem is Silica 6x.

YOU take this about an hour before feeding the baby. Twice a day.

NB this site has a spelling blind spot --- so if you order from this site spell it Silicea

Otherwise you will get Scilla Maritima -- which is a plant NOT a mineral.
 
walkin last decade
Walkin,
Thanks so much for the quick response. I will order now, & post results after using the silica.
P.S. also thanks for the tip about the spelling, as I will be ordering from this site.
 
meredith last decade

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